ROLI launches Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues by Mathematics

You can now remix three of the album’s biggest hits.

Wu-Tang’s Mathematics has collaborated with music tech company ROLI to produce a new Studiopack for the firm’s NOISE app and BLOCKS hardware.

It’s from the brand-new album Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues. You can now take the sounds from three tracks off the brand new Wu-Tang album ‘The Saga Continues’ and make them your own.

Featuring instrumental and vocal clips, the Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues Studiopack lets you put your own spin on the singles “People Say,” “My Only One,” and “Lesson Learn’d”.

“Make your own beat or remix mine,” said Mathematics, the Wu-Tang-affiliated producer who created The Saga Continues..

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Workers Get Faster Access to Wages With These New Apps (DailyPay)

Instant pay helps boost employee attendance, but can make saving hard to do

For more workers across America, every day is payday.

Uber Technologies Inc., McDonald’s Corp. and Bloomin’ Brands Inc.’s Outback Steakhouse are among a growing group of employers giving workers near-instant access to their wages through payday apps.

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A top 3D camera company is making a big bet on the technology for self-driving cars

A startup that makes a powerful 3D camera for iPhones is going to sell the same technology that powers self-driving cars in a battery-powered package. 

Occipital on Wednesday announced it was buying Paracosm, a small Florida-based startup that makes a handheld lidar sensor. 

Lidar is a technology that uses lasers to track how far away walls and other objects are. It's gained a lot of attention as one of the main technologies that companies like Google, Apple, and Uber are using to develop self-driving cars

Occipital will use Paracosm's lidar scanner system, PX-80, to quickly create large-scale drawings and CAD files for construction sites and other professional uses.

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Music startup Roli adds Pharrell Williams as new investor and chief creative officer

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When it comes to music and technology, the bulk of attention has been focused on companies building digitised services to help deliver music to the masses, such as Spotify and Soundcloud. But an equally interesting development is how tech innovations have bridged into the world of music hardware, from devices to appreciate it to devices to create it; and today, one of the bigger movers in that space is announcing a new investor, who is also joining the company in an executive role.

Roli, a London-based startup that makes a new style of keyboard, along with other modular music creation instruments and tools that work by touch and sound, is today announcing that Pharrell Williams, the musician and investor, is joining the company as chief creative officer.

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